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And Then There Were None
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  • Dr. Annstrong stood up. He said brusquely: "No, a man doesn’t die of a mere choking fit. Marston’s death wasn’t what we call a natural death."

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  • She is known for her brusque manner and brief meetings.
  • I am trying to develop a less brusque manner.

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